Working With You is Killing Me: Freeing Yourself from Emotional Traps at Work

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Business Plus #ad - In this pragmatic, insightful guide, psychotherapist Katherine Crowley and business consultant Kathi Elster teach you how to eliminate your workplace woes step by easy step. For anyone trapped in an energy-zapping relationship with a co-worker, or subordinate, boss, Crowley and Elster offer an exit strategy - a highly practical and easily implemented guide to making the situation workable.

Publishers weekly if you find yourself frustrated with a colleague whose incompetence is driving you crazy, a boss who gets angry when you're not a mind reader, or an employee who challenges your authority, chances are you're caught in an emotional trap at your job. Through quizzes, and field-tested strategies, case examples, you'll learn how to handle any bad work relationship.

Working With You is Killing Me: Freeing Yourself from Emotional Traps at Work #ad - With your newfound emotional skills, you'll be able to: manage an ill-tempered boss before he or she explodesDetach from coworkers whose irritating habits ruin the dayDefend yourself from idea-pilfering rivalsGet out of the grip of toxic relationshipsProtect your work territory from "boundary busters"Break out of the limiting roles that box you inParent your difficult employees to get the results you want.

. And much, much more. The solution is simple: Take control of your own response.

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Mean Girls at Work: How to Stay Professional When Things Get Personal

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McGraw-Hill Education #ad - Complicated. After all, who hasn’t gossiped about a female coworker? who hasn’t rolled her eyes in the presence of a woman she doesn’t like? Who hasn’t scanned another woman head to toe—which is just a nonverbal way of saying, “You’ve just been judged”? The authors provide invaluable advice to the more subtle ways of being mean—even if they’re not intended.

We know it is all about relationships and you need the skills outlined in this book to survive and thrive when the Mean Girls attack. Kim harrington, california state university, Office of Human Resources, Coordinator, Professional Development and Training, Sacramento . One of the new york post's top 10 career books of 2012 and a booklist top 10 business book do you wORK WITH A MEAN GIRL? A woman’s field guide to the new frontier of professional development—working with other women Women-to-women relationships in the workplace are.

Mean Girls at Work: How to Stay Professional When Things Get Personal #ad - . Conflicts that keep us all from succeeding. The authors have finally given women the tools and the sound advice necessary to deal with. Crowley and elster cover every conceivable scenario, providing critical advice on how to rise above the fray and move forward professionally. This book is also for women who engage in mean behavior.

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Working with Bitches: Identify the Eight Types of Office Mean Girls and Rise Above Workplace Nastiness

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Da Capo Lifelong Books #ad - But you can usually sense when something's “off”—particularly if you're completely stressed out and hate the job you used to love. Readers will learn how to deal with the eight types of “mean girls” they might face in the office and find powerful reassurance that they are not alone. Dr. Fuller combines actual cases with tips that women can use right away to defuse even the worst situations.

Let's face it, ladies: there are plenty of nasty, manipulative, and destructive women in the workplace who fly under the radar while ruthless alpha males get all the bad press. In working with bitches, psychologist Meredith Fuller offers practical advice on how to recognize and manage difficult women at work.

Working with Bitches: Identify the Eight Types of Office Mean Girls and Rise Above Workplace Nastiness #ad - What do you do when the queen bee demands to know why you haven't written the report she never asked for? Or when the colleague who you thought was your friend takes sole credit for the project you worked on together?It's hard to speak out about catty behavior, especially when it's insidious or goes on behind your back.

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Rising Above a Toxic Workplace: Taking Care of Yourself in an Unhealthy Environment

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Northfield Publishing #ad - People smile, make jokes, talk openly and help one another. Annie mckee author, consultantMany employees experience the reality of bullying bosses, poisonous people, and soul-crushing cultures on a daily basis. Rising above a toxic workplace tells authentic stories from today's workers who share how they cope, change, or quit.

Healthy people become ill. Candidly they open up about what they learned, what they wish they had done, and how to gain resilience. The environment causes people to have physiological responses as if they’re in a fight-or-flight situation. Toxic organizations are rife with conflict, fear, and anger. Insightfully illustrating from these accounts, authors Gary Chapman, Paul White, and Harold Myra blend their combined experiences in ministry and business to deliver hope and practical guidance to those who find themselves in an unhealthy work environment.

Rising Above a Toxic Workplace: Taking Care of Yourself in an Unhealthy Environment #ad - Learn how to thrive in—or escape from—a toxic work environment. By contrast, in resonant organizations, people take fewer sick days and turnover is low. Includes a survival Guide and Toolkit full of strategies and realistic insights. Colds, flu and stress-related illnesses such as heart attacks are more common.

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The No Asshole Rule: Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That Isn't

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Business Plus #ad - The definitive guide to working with -- and surviving -- bullies, despots, jerks, backstabbers, egomaniacs, tormentors, tyrants, creeps, and all the other assholes who do their best to destroy you at work. Practical, this guide offers:strategies on how to pinpoint and eliminate negative influences for goodIlluminating case histories from major organizationsA self-diagnostic test and a program to identify and keep your own "inner jerk" from coming outThe No Asshole Rule is a New York Times, and in places downright funny, compassionate, Wall Street Journal, USA Today and Business Week bestseller.

What an asshole!"how many times have you said that about someone at work? You're not alone! In this groundbreaking book, Stanford University professor Robert I. Sutton builds on his acclaimed Harvard Business Review article to show you the best ways to deal with assholes. And why they can be so destructive to your company.

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Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant: How to Manage Childish Boss Behavior and Thrive in Your Job

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Wiley #ad - Badd boss attention deficit Disorder is discussed as part of “Short Attention Spans. There are 20 chapter traits in all, divided into “Bratty” and “Little Lost Lamb” categories, for easy reference, including real anecdotes and many useful tips. Savvy top management will also gain insight on what not to do with their team.

. An indispensable guide to dealing with challenging, childish boss behavior and building a great career, with laugh- out-loud humor built in. Based on extensive interviews among workers, managers and psychologists, Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant™ draws hilarious but true parallels between toddlers and managers.

The key to success lies in dealing with a Terrible Office Tyrant or TOT™ much like a parent deals with a troublesome toddler. A special section helps senior management and Human Resource departments mitigate TOT behavior for a more productive workplace. When under stress, both often have trouble moderating their power, or lose the ability to think rationally.

Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant: How to Manage Childish Boss Behavior and Thrive in Your Job #ad - They know that terrible office tyrant tot managers may not be in plain sight they don’t leave juice stains on the hallway carpet! But they do wreak havoc on the bottom line. When bad bosses run amok in companies, nobody wins. Taylor takes you behind all the bossy blustering, so that you can focus on getting ahead – and achieve career excellence.

This book shows readers how to build positive relationships with even the most out-of-control boss, and still thrive in your job.

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Working for You Isn't Working for Me: How to Get Ahead When Your Boss Holds You Back

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Portfolio #ad - Deal - devise a plan to get what you need and move your career forward. Sooner or later, we all have to work for someone we can't stand-whether it's an inept supervisor, an undermining department head, or an overly demanding client. Detach - discover concrete actions you can take to reclaim your power. But you can take charge of this crucial workplace relationship.

The guide for anyone who deals with difficult authority figures at work. When that happens, obsessing, some people quit, some suffer in silence, and others cope by sulking, or retaliating. Depersonalize - Learn how to take a boss's actions less personally. In this book, katherine crowley and kathi elster, authors of the bestseller Working for You Is Killing Me, offer concrete examples of bad boss scenarios and a proven four-step program for improving each situation: •Detect - Identify how this person drives you crazy.

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The Bully at Work: What You Can Do to Stop the Hurt and Reclaim Your Dignity on the Job

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Sourcebooks #ad - A landmark book that blazed light on one of the business world's dirtiest secrets, The Bully at Work exposed the destructive, careers, silent epidemic of workplace bullying that devastates the lives, and families of millions. In this completely updated new edition based on an updated survey of workplace issues, the authors explore new grounds of bullying in the 21st century workplace.

Gary and ruth namie, teach the reader personal strategies to identify allies, pioneers of the Campaign Against Workplace Bullying, build their confidence, and stand up to the tormentor - or decide when to walk away with their sanity and dignity intact. The namies' expertise on workplace bullying has been featured in such media outlets as The Early Show, CBS Radio, The Howard Stern Show, PBS, USA Today, NPR, CNN, and theWashington Post.

The Bully at Work: What You Can Do to Stop the Hurt and Reclaim Your Dignity on the Job #ad - Sutton, stanford professor and author of The No Asshole Rule"Sheds light on one of the business world's dirtiest secrets - corporate bullying. Dayton business Journal"Filled with remedies for an ailment that is ravaging workplaces. Harvey A. Hornstein, PhD. This is the best book on what workplace bullies do and how to stop them in their tracks.

The namie's remarkably useful and concrete advice has helped millions of people, and The Bully at Work will spread their tried-and-true wisdom to millions more.

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Good Boss, Bad Boss: How to Be the Best... and Learn from the Worst

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Business Plus #ad - This book was inspired by the deluge of emails, phone calls, research, and conversations that Dr. Now with a new chapter that focuses on what great bosses really do. The best bosses are acutely aware that their success depends on having the self-awareness to control their moods and moves, to accurately interpret their impact on others, and to make adjustments on the fly that continuously spark effort, dignity, and pride among their people.

Stanford professor robert sutton weaves together the best psychological and management research with compelling stories and cases to reveal the mindset and moves of the best and worst bosses. He realized that most of these stories and studies swirled around a central figure in every workplace: THE BOSS.

Good Boss, Bad Boss: How to Be the Best... and Learn from the Worst #ad - Sutton adds revelatory thoughts about such legendary bosses as Ed Catmull, Steve Jobs, A. G. Lafley, and many more, and how you can implement their techniques. If you are a boss who wants to do great work, what can you do about it? Good Boss, Bad Boss is devoted to answering that question. They aspired to become or work for an all-around great boss, commitment, somebody with the skill and grit to inspire superior work, and dignity among their charges.

As Dr. Sutton digs into the nitty-gritty of what the best and worst bosses do, a theme runs throughout Good Boss, peers, Bad Boss - which brings together the diverse lessons and is a hallmark of great bosses: They work doggedly to "stay in tune" with how their followers and superiors, and customers too react to what they say and do.

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Dealing with People You Can't Stand, Revised and Expanded Third Edition: How to Bring Out the Best in People at Their Worst

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McGraw-Hill Education #ad - So kirschner and brinkman have updated their global bestseller to help you wring positive results from even the most twisted interactions you’re likely to experience today. Learn how to get things done and get along when you’re dealing with people who have the uncanny ability to sabotage, needs, and interfere with your plans, derail, and wants.

The classic guide to bringing out the best in people at their worst—updated with even more can’t-standable people!Dealing with People You Can’t Stand has been helping good people deal with bad behavior in a positive, professional way for nearly two decades. Unfortunately, as the world becomes smaller and time more compressed, new difficult people are being made all the time.

Dealing with People You Can't Stand, Revised and Expanded Third Edition: How to Bring Out the Best in People at Their Worst #ad - Learn how to:use sophisticated listening techniques to unlock the doors to people’ s minds, martyrs, or a loud cell phone talker on line at the grocery store, Meddlers, hearts, Snipers, Whiners, and deepest needsApply “take-charge” skills that turn conflict into cooperation by reducing the differences between peopleTransform the destructive behavior of Tanks, a distant family member who knows no personal bounds, Know-It-Alls, and other difficult types of peopleWhether you’re dealing with a coworker trying to take credit for your work, Dealing with People You Can’t Stand gives you the tools for bringing out the best in people at their worst.

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